Premier League darts accumulator tips: Night 10 selections

Premier League darts accumulator tips: Night 10 selections

Week 10 of the Premier League takes place at the 3Arena in Dublin on Thursday night.

Michael van Gerwen returned to winning ways in Cardiff last week to retain his position at the top of the table, one point ahead of the inactive Peter Wright, while Raymond van Barneveld’s fourth consecutive victory lifted him to third.

In our Premier League darts accumulator tips, a £1 bet will return over £95 if all five recommended bets come in.

Michael van Gerwen to beat James Wade, complete highest checkout and hit most 180s @ 7/10

Another hammering could be on the cards for Wade. Van Gerwen responded to losing his televised unbeaten record by brushing aside Dave Chisnall with ease while Wade has won only one of his last six matches following a 7-2 defeat to Van Barneveld. He also has a poor record against Van Gerwen, having lost six of their last seven Premier League meetings, so a comfortable win for the Dutchman is expected.

Raymond van Barneveld to draw with Phil Taylor @ 7/2

This match is finely poised as the two giants go head-to-head once again, Van Barneveld having won his previous four matches and Taylor the last two. Taylor won 7-4 earlier in the campaign but ‘Barney’ is in form and a close game is likely.

Dave Chisnall to win first leg against Peter Wright @ 7/10

Chisnall needs a response after his hammering by Van Gerwen left him five points outside the play-off positions. His top-four ambitions are likely to be dented further against Wright but with ‘Snakebite’ having the night off last week after Kim Huybrechts withdrew for family reasons, Chisnall could catch him out early doors.

Gary Anderson to beat Adrian Lewis 7-3 @ 9/2

Anderson could repeat the scoreline he beat Lewis with last week as the Scot shows signs of hitting form at just the right time. Lewis stayed in the game early on but Anderson went through the gears and looks full of confidence.

Raymond van Barneveld to beat James Wade @ 7/20

Another repeat of last week in Cardiff, Van Barneveld could heap more misery on struggling Wade. It may not be as convincing, with Barney also playing for the second time that night, but the Dutchman should take the two points.